Tunisia's Defense Against the Islamic State Is Sparking Fears of a Police State
After two horrifying terrorist attacks this year, the Tunisian government is moving to improve security. But what it's doing is causing concern about democracy in the Arab Spring's birthplace.
Tunisia Has Approved a New Coalition Government — But Not Everybody's Happy About It
The inclusion of Islamist party Ennahda has drawn opposition from leftist and secular parties — including the prime minister-designate's own Nidaa Tounes — and warnings that the alliance of rivals won't last.
Tunisia's First Presidential Elections Since the Arab Spring are Headed to a Run-Off
With a second round set for December, frontrunner Béji Caïd Essebsi leads by a slim margin against incumbent president Moncef Marzouki in the historical election.